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A Study on the Convergency Property of the Auxiliary Problem Principle
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A Study on the Convergency Property of the Auxiliary Problem Principle
Kim, Balho-H.;
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 Abstract
This paper presents the convergency property of the Auxiliary Problem Principle when it is applied to large-scale Optimal Power Flow problems with Distributed or Parallel computation features. The key features and factors affecting the convergence ratio and solution stability of APP are also analyzed.
 Keywords
Auxiliary problem principle;control parameter;optimal power flow;
 Language
English
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분산처리 최적조류계산 기반 연계계통 급전계획 알고리즘 개발,정구형;강동주;김발호;

전기학회논문지, 2007. vol.56. 10, pp.1721-1730
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